How Chris McKay immersed himself in the world of Batman for the latest Lego adventure.
A first look at the next entry in the Lego feature animation franchise.
Finn and Jake are about to get a lot bigger.
Following the success of the “LEGO Movie”—$457 million to date—Warner Bros. is getting back into feature animation in a big way.
Continuing the inexplicable trend of people named Chris directing animated features, Chris McKay, the animation co-director of “The LEGO Movie,” will direct the film’s sequel, which is currently set for a May 26, 2017 release.